17 July 2012>
This year in addition to the portable toilets onsite, residents needing to spend a penny at the Big Cheese will be able to use public conveniences in a number of businesses without having to make a further purchase.
Caerphilly County Borough Council's Public Convenience Grant Scheme funded by the Welsh Government is a new initiative aimed at increasing the quantity and quality of public conveniences within the county borough.
This scheme now means that members of the public enjoying The Big Cheese won't have to walk far before reaching a toilet without having to use a porta-loo.
Businesses participating should display a green sticker in their window to show they're part of the scheme; each business may have a range of facilities available including disabled toilets, baby changing facilities and male female toilets.
There are seven businesses in Caerphilly who have signed up to provide public convenience facilities free of charge, including several businesses open till 11pm and one until 12 Midnight.
The businesses participating in the scheme in Caerphilly are: -
- The Green Lady (Public House), Pontygwindy Road, Caerphilly. 10am - midnight.
- The Court House (Public House), Court House, Cardiff Road, Caerphilly. 11am - 11pm (12pm -11pm Sunday)
- McDonalds, Crossways Retail Park, Caerphilly. 6am - 11pm.
- The Crossways (Public House), Crossways Retail Park, Caerphilly. 7am - 11pm.
- Irish Tymes (Public House), Station Terrace, Caerphilly. 10am - midnight.
- The Pontygwindy (Public House), 222 Pontgwindy Road, Caerphilly. 12pm - midnight (12pm - 10.30pm Sunday).
- The Piccadilly (Public House), Piccadilly Square, Caerphilly . 11am - 11pm.
For the full list of businesses participating in the scheme please visit the public conveniences page.
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